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Rue Sainte-Anne

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  1. # Blogger Ténèbres à la lumière...

    Bonjour! Cedric,
    I did a little research on the
    "Rue Saint-Anne" and discovered this info(rmation) accompany your "beautiful"pictures.
    DeeDee ;-D
    Located in the posh Opéra neighborhood, the rue Sainte Anne is perhaps the best place to go in Paris for the widest variety of Japanese food. As it’s not far from the Grands Boulevards and its posh shopping spots, and just a few blocks from the Louvre, rue Sainte Anne is a great place to walk after shopping or sightseeing for a quick and delicious meal.

    A veritable “Little Tokyo,” you can find everything from ramen restaurants, sushi takeout spots and tiny Japanese grocery stores where Japanese snacks and products can be found.

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